A leak embarrasses Celsius (again).

Nothing is going well for Celsius Network, the crypto bank that Caisse de Depot et Placement du Québec (CDPQ) has signed a key partnership agreement with.

• Also read: Celsius “is not delivering the expected results,” the fund acknowledges

• Also read: The Caisse’s crypto bet could cost us nearly $200 million

• Also read: Cryptocurrency platform Celsius files for bankruptcy

Following the alleged Ponzi scam, surprise account freeze and protection for its creditors, Celsius has just warned its customers that some of their emails have been leaked.

“We were recently alerted by our vendor, Customer.io, that one of their employees had accessed a list of Celsius customer emails on their platform and forwarded them to a third party,” reads a message published on April 1, 2019 was sent to its customers last Thursday evening The newspaper.

“We do not consider the incident to pose a high risk to our customers whose emails may have been affected, but we are publishing this notice to ensure you are aware.”

The icing on the cake sundae

For the 1.7 million investors who haven’t been able to withdraw their balls from their blocked accounts since mid-June, this incident is the icing on the cake. sundae.

A 20-year-old customer who preferred to remain anonymous appeared unsurprised by the latest tile to hit Celsius yesterday.

The student told that protocol that he’s still hoping to get his $20,000 back by keeping his cool.

“I’m not surprised,” admitted the man who says he chose Celsius after seeing the Caisse de dépôt pour its millions of dollars into the platform.

“It can’t be worse than the rest. I’m particularly excited to see what will happen with the restructuring. I left my money there for later,” he sighed.

When asked about this yesterday, the Caisse de depot refused to comment on the “day-to-day business” of its portfolio companies.

Last week, the wool sock admitted its $200 million investment in Celsius “is not yielding the expected results.”

“We recognize that CDPQ’s investment in Celsius raises several questions. We take this file very seriously and will comment further in due course,” we were assured.

Yesterday, Celsius did not respond to our interview request.

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